More than 1.5 million Cambodians are thought to work in Thailand, many undocumented, along with tens of thousands in Malaysia and South Korea.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party marked its five-year anniversary last week with a meeting of party officials in Hong Kong.
A slew of arrests of opposition and civil society members in the past year indicate that the CPP plans to hold on to power at any cost in 2018.
Sam Rainsy announced his return via his Facebook page, saying “I will return to Cambodia in 2018."
Hin Van Sreypov, 37, a market vendor in Poipet, was arrested in Phnom Penh while she attended the one-year remembrance ceremony for Kem Ley.
Sam Rainsy wrote on his Facebook page this week after the CPP passed amendments to the political parties law on Monday that the CPP was trying to “politically kill” him.
The Sala Kam Reuk commune chief said the commune office is markedly busier than is was under the guardianship of his predecessor.
The opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party won 489 out of 1,646 commune chief positions in the June 4 election.
The former opposition president, Sam Rainsy, though not named during the debate around the changes, is thought to be the target of the amendments.
Eng Chhay Eang says the CNRP will not attend the session because “the intention of the new rules is to narrow the CNRP’s path [to election victory].”
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